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Lotta Engberg

Lotta Engberg is a Swedish dansband and pop singer. She was born Anna Charlotte Pedersen on March 5, 1963, in Överkalix, Sweden, and grew up in Laxå, Sweden. Lotta Engberg is known for singing "happy" and "joyful" "schlager" songs such as Fyra bugg & en coca-cola (1987), 100% (1988 together with the group Triple & Touch), Genom vatten och eld (1989), Världens bästa servitris (1991), and Kär och galen (1993). She has also sung some songs with more "serious" lyrics, such as Tusen skäl att stanna (1992), Alla lyckliga stunder (1993) and En liten stund på Jorden (2000). She often sings in the Swedish language, but has also done some singing in English. Starting in 1989 Lotta Engberg sang with her former husband Anders Engberg's "dansband" Lo...

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Charlotte Perrelli

Charlotte Perrelli (born Charlotte Nilsson on October 7, 1974, in Hovmantorp, Sweden) is a Swedish singer. She is most famous for winning the Eurovision Song Contest in 1999 with Take Me To Your Heaven. Perrelli won Melodifestivalen 2008 and represented Sweden once again in the Eurovision Song Contest with Hero. She has released six albums as of 2008, four in English and two in Swedish.

Charlotte Perrelli is a Swedish singer and occasional television host, perhaps most famous for winning the 1999 Melodifestivalen and subsequently that year's Eurovision Song Contest with the song "Take Me to Your Heaven". Since then she has released six singles and five albums. Perrelli once again won Melodifestivalen 2008 and represented Swede...

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Viktoria Tolstoy

Viktoria Tolstoy (born 1974, née Kjellberg) is a Swedish jazz singer who is said to have never taken a single singing class. She is the daughter of Erik Kjellberg, and the great-great-granddaughter of Russian novelist Leo Tolstoy.

Her debut album was 1994's Smile, Love and Spice. She followed that with the release of För Älskad in 1996. Pop-influenced and recorded in Swedish, the album firmly established her as a household name in Sweden.

To date, she has released eight albums, her latest being My Russian Soul (2008). Of particular note among these is Pictures of Me (2006), which features music written by artists like Jacob Karlzon, Lars Danielsson, Prince, Paul Simon, Seal, Stevie Wonder, Peter Gabriel, Van Morriss...

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Eric Saade

Eric Saade (born on 29th October 1990, in Kattarp, Helsingborg, Sweden, to a Lebanese father and a Swedish mother) is a Swedish pop singer. He represented Sweden in the Eurovision Song Contest 2011, held in Düsseldorf, Germany, with the song Popular, and came 3rd in the final, receiving a total of 185 points.

Saade first came to prominence after his win in the Swedish music contest Joker (now Popkorn). He was also a member of the Swedish boyband What's Up. He left the band in February 2009 to pursue his solo career.

Saade voiced the character of Shane in the Swedish version of Disney's "Camp Rock", and, as a part of the band What's Up, recorded the soundtrack for the film, titled "Here I am". During the summer of ...

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